Advanced Electronic Packaging, 2nd Edition
February 2006, ©2006, Wiley-IEEE Press
An Instructor's Manual presenting detailed solutions to all the problems in the book is available upon request from the Wiley Makerting Department.
Chapter 2: Materials for microelectronic packaging.
Chapter 3: Processing technologies.
Chapter 4: Organic printed circuit board materials and processes.
Chapter 5: Ceramic substrates.
Chapter 6: Electrical considerations, modeling, and simulation.
Chapter 7: Thermal considerations.
Chapter 8: Mechanical design considerations.
Chapter 9: Discrete and embedded passive devices.
Chapter 10: Electronic package assembly.
Chapter 11: Design considerations.
Chapter 12: Radio frequency and microwave packaging.
Chapter 13: Power electronics packaging.
Chapter 14: Multichip and three-dimensional packaging.
Chapter 15: Packaging of MEMS and MOEMS: challenges and a case study.
Chapter 16: Reliability considerations.
Chapter 17: Cost evaluation and analysis.
Chapter 18: Analytical techniques for materials characterization.
WILLIAM D. BROWN, PhD, is Associate Dean for Research, College of Engineering, and Distinguished Professor of Electrical Engineering, University of Arkansas. Since 1991, he has played an active role in sponsoring and guiding research at the University's High Density Electronics Center (HiDEC), which is dedicated to advancing the state of the art in electronics packaging materials and technologies.
Topics covered include packaging materials and applications, analytical techniques for materials, fabrication technologies in packaging, substrate technologies, basic electrical, mechanical, and thermal considerations, package design, modeling and simulation, integrated passive devices, MEMS packaging, RF and microwave packaging, reliability considerations, cost evaluation and analysis, and 3-dimensional packaging.
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